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- Book 1 of 3 in A Fenris Novel (3 Book Series)
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The storyline was uncreative, disjointed, rather clichèd, and incomplete. I gave the book two stars, instead of one because it was just barely good enough for me not to throw in the towel. Barely.
Where should I start? How about the poor and sophomoric writing, to mirror another reviewer. It's rare I notice poor writing. This piece though can't be ignored. It's truly distracting. The analogies are forced and don't make sense. There are various times when wording choices are sloppy and confusing. As a reader I did not feel carried through the plot, but rather force fed underdeveloped ideas.
Then the characters. Maybe these characters were better developed in previous books? I hope so because with the development in this book, or lack thereof, I felt the characters were flat and rather one dimensional. I was left with many unanswered questions about who each character was and why various details were included or left out.
The plot was generally an interesting premise but the details and execution were poorly implemented leaving an unfulfilling and empty feeling after finishing the book. At one point they're on one space ship, then the whole book shifts gears to this space station with some fluffy tribal flavor that's all of a sudden tossed in. The whole story had poor transitions which lacked cosistency and fluidity. With better planning (foreshadowing, common themes, etc.) the whole story arc could have been much more interesting.
Finally, what's the deal with the abrupt ending!?Read more ›
If you haven't read the previous books, it doesn't hurt you too badly but a new reader won't know some of the finer details. I just happened to enjoy those finer details however. This book is just the beginning of a series however. The book stands on its own but it really remains to be seen where the rest of the series is going. Overall, the pacing of the book was good and I didn't find my interest wavering. I'm curious to see what happens next.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Did not like ending. Should have directed us to next novel.Published 10 days ago by Robert Della Penna
Outstanding, I am a fan! Clearly the best.I read a lot and appreciate the series. I would rank the book and series right there with Asimov and the foundation trilogy!Published 28 days ago by Ed
I was looking for a good sci fi read with a good plot and some whit. This book has both. Really enjoyed the first book.Published 1 month ago by G. Silberman
the whole series is a good one. yeah it is pulpy but who doesn't like pulp? Vaughn Heppner also honors God which is refreshingly nice in these godless days. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Garbunkle
I enjoyed this story a lot. There was not a lot of action, but the suspense and intrigue covered for that. Human, alien conflict always makes good reading. Read morePublished 2 months ago by G.P.
What a great, and separate, story linking other books together. I love the writing style and the flow. Pace is perfectly done.Published 3 months ago by Huard Briscoe Harral
Another winner by Vaughn Heppner. Glad there are more in this series. Moving on to the next one right away.Published 4 months ago by Joe Stapleton
I have read all of Vaughn Heppner's books. They all move along with plenty of exciting action and interesting story lines. I am particularly fascinated by the worlds he creates. Read morePublished 4 months ago by James A. Gould
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